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London Stock Exchange Group today announces that Oslo Børs has chosen to extend its existing technology partnership with the Group for a further 5 years, effective from April 2017. LSEG has provided the underlying technology for the Oslo Børs equity, fixed income and derivatives markets since 2009.
London Stock Exchange today welcomes Osirium Technologies plc, a UK-based cyber-security software provider, to AIM.
15 new companies join ELITE today from across Europe, Israel, Russia & Turkey New countries, Turkey and Bosnia & Herzegovina...
London Stock Exchange Group today announces that it has become the first global exchange group to become an official partner of the Climate Bonds Initiative. LSEG is a committed supporter of green finance and in July 2015 launched a full range of dedicated fixed income segments specifically designed for green bond issuance. Today there are 27 green bonds* listed on London’s markets in six different currencies, including Rupee and RMB-denominated issues.
Casablanca Stock Exchange unveils first 12 companies joining ELITE in Morocco ELITE Morocco is the first launch of the ELITE model in...
London Stock Exchange Group today announces it has successfully rolled out its Group Ticker Plant platform, which will standardise the dissemination of real-time market data from multiple feeds into a single binary protocol. Developed by MillenniumIT and underpinned by cutting edge FPGA technology, the platform will deliver major performance improvements for customers and real-time market data services.
London Stock Exchange Group plc (LSEG) today announces that Baroness Sharon Bowles, Sherry Coutu, CBE, and Stuart Lewis will step down from...
London Stock Exchange Group today held the inaugural session of its new Africa Advisory Group which brings together African business leaders and senior representatives from pan-African economic bodies to discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by the development of Africa’s capital market infrastructure.

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